Farragut Square Summer Concerts

Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterest0Share on Facebook0

If you will be in the vicinity of the White House or the National Geographic museum this summer, you may want to take a walk over to Farragut Square Park. This park is manicured and kept clean by DC’s parks and recreation staff throughout the year. During the week you will find Washingtonians sitting on a bench during their lunch breaks enjoying the sunshine or chatting with a colleague. Saturday mornings Batala drumming troupe practices for their upcoming performances, and this is so much fun to watch. The highlight of the summer in this area are the free summer concerts held from June to July on Wednesdays from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The music is always rhythmic and fun. I urge you to enjoy the district as the locals do!

Farragut Square  is serviced by both the Farragut North Metro station (red line) and the Farragut West metro station (blue and orange line).  There are also several bus routes with stops adjacent to the park. Please visit metro’s website for travel options.

Alexis, Innkeeper
American Guest House Bed and Breakfast

Washington DC Bed and Breakfast accommodations.  We are centrally located, 10 minutes walk to DuPont Circle metro/subway, 1 mile north west of White House.